In this one-hour webinar, which is part of the Hot Topics series, prevention specialists discuss how they are using art and media projects to address marijuana-related health disparities in creative ways.
- Understand the Washington State Department of Health’s role in marijuana prevention and harm reduction efforts.
- List two ways communication strategies can improve health equity regarding marijuana use among some youth populations.
- List two reasons why engaging key audiences and community partners in developing and implementing health communication products is important.
- List two examples where community-based organizations used culturally-relevant messages and audience engagement throughout campaign development.
Local, state, and tribal public health professionals; youth development specialists in schools and community-based organizations
Fred Swanson, MA, Director, Gay City
Kristen Haley, Media and Priority Population Consultant, Marijuana Prevention and Education Program, Washington State Department of Health
- What opportunities exist within your organization to promote community-based participatory projects?
- How can you adapt your existing programs to build more protective factors among your primary audiences?